BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Three members of the Indiana University Hoosiers women's water polo team participated in the 2011 Canadian Senior National Club Championships on May 27-29 at the Pan Am Pool in Winnipeg, Canada. Jakie Köhli (Jr., Burnaby, B.C., Canada/Moscrop Secondary) and Meghan Lappan (Fr., North Vancouver, B.C., Canada/St. Thomas Aquinas Regional) competed for the Pacific Storm, while Shae Fournier (Fr., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada/Grant Park) played for the Winnipeg Bushido club team.
Köhli earned a spot on the tournament's All-Star team after scoring 13 goals over the course of six games, while leading the Storm to a bronze medal game victory over the Calgary Renegades. The Renegades included former Hoosier All-America Brooke Zimmerman, who finished the weekend with eight goals.
Köhli's highest scoring output of the weekend came in a narrow loss to eventual winner Club de WP de Camo, as she torched the nets for four goals, each coming in the first half.
Lappan had a productive weekend as well, scoring five goals. The pair helped the Storm to a 3-3 overall record at the event.
Fournier scored four goals during the tournament and her Winnipeg Bushido squad finished 0-4-1.
Results and box scores for all of the games can be found here: Complete Results
Release courtesy Indiana Athletic Communications